Connor calls for unity

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Manager Terry Connor has called for unity between Wolves players and supporters if they are to "have any chance" of winning their Barclays Premier League relegation fight.

A section of Wolves fans confronted midfielder Jamie O'Hara outside the main entrance to Molineux after the 2-0 home setback against Blackburn before venting their anger towards club owner Steve Morgan.

Now Wolves face a bigger test when they entertain leaders Manchester United on Sunday and Connor knows there has to be harmony amongst all sections of the club ahead of such a daunting task. Connor said: "I think whenever there is a bit of discontent it is maybe directed at one section or one part of the club. It actually involves us all."

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